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The Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra (GNSO) returns with fanfare to perform a concert focused on “Transfiguration” on Saturday, September 11 at 7:30 pm at Newburgh Free Academy in … more
September 11 is observed annually as Patriots Day, commemorating the anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001. This year marks the 20th anniversary of that horrific day. Several events are … more
The Town of Montgomery is developing a plan to revitalize three of its landmarks: the Benedict Park Farmhouse, the barn at Benedict Park and the Colden Mansion Ruins. Qualis Architecture, PLLC was … more
The Town of Shawangunk has scheduled a public hearing on Sept. 16 to seek input from town residents on whether they want to allow cannabis lounges and dispensaries in the community. The hearing … more
The Village of Maybrook is moving forward on several infrastructure projects which will enhance the village. The village has been working with the New York State Department of Transportation in … more
The annual Village of Montgomery Tractor Parade returned Saturday after last year’s event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Montgomery residents turned out in droves to watch tractors … more
Town of Montgomery residents, last Monday, observed National Overdose Awareness Day by honoring those they have lost. A ceremony was held at the Drug Overdose Awareness Memorial on East Main … more
"It’s so great to see so many smiling faces on Main Street. It’s a perfect day, the weather is amazing, the families need this little bit of a break as summer ends and the school year has … more
Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy as well as the Main Line Diner will grace television screens Sunday, as the Hallmark Channel film “Redemption in Cherry Springs” is set to … more
The Town of Gardiner Planning Board said at its July 27 meeting that they are unable to grant a negative declaration until it is certain that none of the reptiles live in the area.  “I … more
While the remnants of Tropical Depression Ida were less severe in Ulster County than in many places further to the south, there is still a concern for flooding throughout the day Friday in some … more
While the remnants of Tropical Depression Ida were less severe in Ulster County than in many places further to the south, there is still a concern for flooding throughout the day Friday in some … more
After a lengthy discussion at last week’s Marlboro School Board about the wearing of masks, Superintendent Michael Brooks and the board agreed that with the opening of school this week the … more
The Town of Plattekill is moving full speed ahead with a proposed community center by enlisting the help of the Ulster County Purchasing Department to draft a Request For Proposal (RFP) to solicit … more
The Milton Hose Company returned on Saturday to host their annual Lobster and Clam Bake after postponing it in 2020 because of the pandemic. The event was so popular this year that they sold out a … more
Summer vacation for Newburgh students was just extended. At a hastily called Monday morning meeting, the Board of Education of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District approved a request by … more
The Lloyd Town Board renewed a 10 year franchise agreement with Cablevision Altice at last week’s meeting. John Dullaghan, Director of Government Affairs with Altice, highlighted key provisions … more
At last week’s Newburgh Board of Education meeting, there was no mention of the elephant in the room. In this case, the elephant was the empty chair normally occupied by Superintendent … more
In the months ahead, Ulster County lawmakers will consider a proposed Good Cause Eviction Law to protect tenants and provide clarity to landlords across Ulster County. New York State has expressly … more
The City of Newburgh’s Liberty Street sidewalk replacement project was originally supposed to have been completed by mid July, but delays have forced the city and its contractor to extend the … more
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